Local businesses and vendors were on showcase at West Bank’s first gathering of pop-up shops this weekend. The evening celebration, dubbed the “Night Market,” provided vendors the opportunity to connect with a wider audience. Vendors at the market ranged from neighborhood staples to artists.
Amidst a rapidly-changing commercial landscape, The Hub Apartments will bring with it a chunk of retail space to Stadium Village.
Five businesses in a historic Dinkytown building are set to be evicted on Wednesday.
The start of renovations for Dinkytown's public library signals the conclusion of many months of focused discussion.
A University of Minnesota study is using data and lived stories to drive a better understanding of gentrification in Minneapolis and St. Paul neighborhoods, including areas around campus.
City officials are using University of Minnesota research to update a Minneapolis policy regulating the products carried by grocery stores.
Marcy-Holmes may have a chance to catch up to a rise in affordable housing that other University of Minnesota neighborhoods have seen in recent years.
Visitors to high-traffic University of Minnesota areas may need to carry extra change to meet the city's increased parking fares.
While new developments and chain restaurants reshape the University of Minnesota area, some West Bank small businesses have stood the test of time.
The area has experienced a gradual proliferation of Asian restaurants over the past few years, leading to heightened competition between businesses serving similar cuisine. Many restaurants have noticed the increase, but some owners feel that their brand of food is unique enough to distinguish them from the crowd.